Mona Hussein

Mona Hussein is cofounder of Mona Hussein Design House (MHDH); a design office specialized in Interior design, Architecture, Landscape design, and Branding, Consultancy, and Product design. MHDH is regionally recognized for individualistic design solutions that are channeled through an equilibrium between organic concepts and contemporary design. MHDH has a proved track of success for more than 20 years in Egypt and the Middle East, by working with the leading names in the region.

Mona Hussein was honored to take the time to hold and be part of a green workshop called Eco Palm in the German University in Cairo (GUC), providing the students with materials and the technical know-how and information necessary to produce a product. The purpose of this workshop was to combine the minds of our new generation of Egyptian designers with sustainable and environmentally friendly design. Using Palm Trees as an inspiration, the students were provided with the palm wood, palm reed, and trunk fibers to create a product. The challenge was coming up with creative designs in just one week. The results were very gratifying; the success of this Palm experimentation and experience will have a big place in the future of our designs.

MHDH are privileged to be part of Banaty foundation and the adoption of 15 children trying to widen their ability to have bigger dreams and tools to give them hope for a better future. Banaty’s main objective is to eliminate street kids in Cairo’s urban areas. Giving all Banati children (ages: 4 months to 14 years) a better chance in life.

MHDH annually arranges workshops with Banaty where our designers prepare a design program for the kids to interact with each other on a social level as well as an educational level that could widen their potential. For example, a previous workshop was all about teaching the children about palm trees and all their different uses.
Each child was assigned to design their own product; providing them with all the materials needed and palm wood professionals to help them along the way. They ended up creating trays, tables, frames, and jewelry boxes.
Paravent  by Mona Hussein Design House

Positive and Negative Paravent by Mona Hussein Design House This is a product that serves as function and beauty simultaneously, spiced with a hint of culture and roots. 'Positive and Negative' paravant acts as an adjustable and mobile barrier for privacy that does not protrude or disrupt a space. The Islamic motif gives a lace-like effect that is subtracted and vice-versa from the Corian/Resin material. Similar to the yin yang, there's always a little good in the bad and always a little bad in the good. When the sun sets on 'Positive and Negative' it is truly its shining moment and the geometric shadows paint the room.

Applique by Mona Hussein Design House

Ripple Applique by Mona Hussein Design House Ripple Applique by Mona Hussein is inspired by raindrops when steadily observed and how they propagate and contrive a sequence of circular forms from the moment they fall from the sky down to when they marry with water. This pluvial process is the substructure of the design concept formation for the ripple applique. The beauty of this applique is the flexibility it offers to a space. It could be hung on either a ceiling or a wall, in clusters or independently . The indirect dimming light that is supplied generates warmth, intimacy and harmony making it a pleasant addition to a mood.

Office by Mona Hussein Design House

Iffco Office by Mona Hussein Design House This concept of turning an empty space into a sleek and unique working office, involves so many ideas that were implemented in this design to achieve such a concept. In this office design, comfort, productivity, privacy, entertainment and a successful work environment were attained. Introducing a functional layout, through welcoming entrances, elegant board lounge, minimalist energetic work space with natural light and greenery, functional meeting rooms that can leave a strong impression on clients, either help them come up with fresh and creative ideas.

Restaurant Interior by Mona Hussein Design House

Na3Na3 Restaurant Interior by Mona Hussein Design House The design of the restaurant is based on the principle of reflection. Surrounded by the coastline sea and open sky, the interior walls are cladded with tampered metal sheets as the main interior element flowing like water throughout the space, reflecting the light of the environment around it. The different tone of blue on each column tries to reflect the ever changing tones of the blue sky.

Contact Info

Mona Hussein
SODIC Headquarter, km 38 Cairo-Alex Desert Road, Sheikh Zayed
P: (+202) 01227498221
F: +202 38571240

Mona Hussein is AIBA member since 2013, with 8110 AIBA rating.
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